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Thread: Janome? Viking? Pfaff? Bernina?

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    Junior Member bizzyquilter's Avatar
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    I love my Bernina...since we are on the subject about sewing machines I would like some advice. I wanted the Bernina walking foot attachment but at the time really couldn't afford, so I bought the universal with the adapter. It works good but I was told I should have went for the original. What do you all think?

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    Super Member Farm Quilter's Avatar
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    I love my Janome Quilters Edition and my Bernina 700 (embroidery/sewing machine). They are both quality machines!

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    I have a 730 Bernina and I really like it but do not know how to completely use it. I also have a 9 year old Baby Lock Alismo which I dearly love and it is very easy to use and has wonderful stitches and embroidery.

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    Navy wife had the best answer. Most important is the dealer and how helpful they are. also how close, esp. if you get one of the more complex ones.
    Deloris

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    Super Member chuckbere15's Avatar
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    I have Janome 7700, named Sunny, and love it. The throat space is to die for, exspeally doing any quilting method. And the walking foot is fantastic.

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